Jono Stenberg talks about how the eyedrivomatic brought a degree of independence into his life for the first time in his life. Jono’s family also talks about how much joy the Eyedrivomatic has brought into his life. Steve Evans talks about his part in the Eyedrivomatic development process, and the show goes over the general background and operation of this “amazing, simple, and cheap device that is changing lives”.
Southeast Today talks about “the disabled Sussex man gaining independence for the first time with technology that lets him steer [his wheelchair] with his eyes”. “Eyedrivomatic gives me greater independence; I can now go where I want.” – Jono Stenberg
BBC Radio 5 talks with Steve Evans and his family about how the Eyedrivomatic brought “the sound of a father playing with his sons for the first time in seven years” into their lives by giving him back an aspect of freedom in his day to day life. “I consider it an enormous victory to get some mobility back.” – Steve